2017 Josh Colon (Blue Ridge): Colon came out firing on Day 1 for Blue Ridge and was the true main threat in a relatively easy win for his team. Colon though set the tone and did it with his outside shot. He hit four three-pointers, including two And-1's from behind the arc, while also running the team at point. He has solid vision on the court, understands where to be and really shot the ball well; confident shooter. He finished the day with 18 points in the win for Blue Ridge.

2018 Elijah Weaver (Oldsmar Christian): Weaver is a nationally known product that owns offers from several Division I programs. He showed why on Day 1 at the Phenom Joe Miller, finishing with 18 points, 6 assists. He is tough to defend and tough on the defensive side of the ball, due to his athletic ability and size. Add his capability to shoot the long ball, Weaver is in contention to be the top point guard in his class.

2019 Qudus Wahab (Virginia Academy): One of the top big men in his class and continuing to still develop his game, Wahab was impressive down low. He recorded seven points and 16 rebounds, while also adding a few blocks. With him at 6'10 and superb length, this young man's game will only continue to develop down low in the paint. Already holds offers from Virginia Tech and Clemson and gaining interest from others.

2019 Aundre Hyatt (Miller School): Hyatt is one of the top prospects in the country and some might say he is undersized down low or he could be tough offensive guard/ wing. Hyatt simply can do it both though. He is a 6'6, 210 pound that can shoot the outside three ball with grace and confidence, but also be a bruiser inside the arc. Either way, he is hard to stop offensively. He showed that on Day 1 when he scored 21 points and also had 11 rebounds. His game though right now translates well at the guard/ wing position but he is tough no matter where he is on the court and will only continue to grow.